Body Water and A Slow Flow

Bartaku – His works emerge through the interweaving of different media, methods and technologies with a fascination for scientific tropes and ‘hyper-winded’ systems, patterns, structures of man and matter. It echoes former praxis as a drummer, academic and aimless wanderer, esp. in the Andean Worlds. In 2007 -with the support of interdisciplinary lab FoAM- Bartaku started the research project “PhoEf: The Undisclosed Poésis of the Photovoltaic Effect”. At the interstices of arts, science, technology and ecology, it explores the micro and macro realms of Photovoltaics: the conversion of light into electrical energy. Since 2008 PhoEf fuses lectures, workshops and micro-interventions.

Christina Stadlbauer – Working as  a  shiatsu  practitioner,  and  actively  occupied  with  alternative  medicine  and  traditional  healing and health prevention methods (Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, Yoga) since 1997.
At present she is doing a installation of bees in urban environment in artistic contexts (cooperations with OKNO Brussels -and Nadine Brussels­EverMassLand)

One Response to “Body Water and A Slow Flow”
  1. you can say that alternative medicine is cheaper too and usually comes from natural sources ‘”,

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